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Burntwood School | Summerstown SW17

Official website: http://www.burntwoodschool.com/

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  • Address: Burntwood School, Burntwood Lane, London SW17
  • London borough: Wandsworth
  • Developer: Wandsworth Borough Council
  • Architect: AHMM
  • Cost: £40 million
  • Floorspace: 21,405m²
  • Opening: Academic year 2014/15










 

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Kensington Primary Academy | West Kensington W14

Official website: http://www.wlfs-kpa.org/

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  • Address: 205 Warwick Road, London W14
  • London borough: Kensington & Chelsea
  • Developer: St Edward Homes | Kensington & Chelsea Borough Council
  • Architect: Squire & Partners
  • Cost: £16 million
  • Floorspace: 3,250m² (GIA)
  • Opening: Academic year 2016/17












 

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Hackney New School | Haggerston E8

Official website: http://hackneynewschool.org/

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  • Address: 317-319 Kingsland Road, London E8
  • London borough: Hackney
  • Developer: Hackney New School | Willmott Dixon
  • Architect: Henley Halebrown Architects
  • Cost: £11 million
  • Floorspace: 5,500m² (GIA)
  • Opening: Academic year 2015/16










 

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St Mary Magdalene Greenwich Peninsula | Greenwich Peninsula SE10

Official website: http://www.koinoniafederation.com/Secondary-Phase

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  • Address: Plot M0301 and M0302, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10
  • London borough: Greenwich
  • Developer: Greenwich Borough Council
  • Architect: Penoyre & Prasad
  • Cost: £45 million
  • Places: 1,646
  • Opening: Academic year 2018/19




Bam Construction to build new school on Greenwich peninsula
The Wharf | June 2017

A construction company has been chosen to build a new Church of England school on the Greenwich peninsula.

Greenwich Council has selected British company Bam Construction to build the new St Mary Magdalene Church of England School, on a site spanning two hectares on the corner of Millennium Way and John Harrison Way.

The new school will cater for up to 1,646 children between the ages of three and 19, including 26 nursery places and 300 sixth-form places, and around 200 staff.

The development, which includes community-use sports facilities such as a full size running track, an all-weather sports pitch and a four court indoor sports hall, is expected to cost around £45 million to build. Site preparation has now begun, with the school expected to be completed in the summer of 2019.

Bam Construction director for London, Andy Mason, said: “This is a complex scheme that has required a lot of careful coordination and planning.
 
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